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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15-1918.
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS TEE BEST SELLING
CEDItTJ IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
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Minimum charge, 13c .
POTATOES for sale. Phone 80F11. tf
POTATOES for sale, delivered.
WANTED To rent farm 500 to 700
acres, on shares. Address J Q care
FOft BENT Furnished
FOB SALE Or let on shares, 20 well
bred goats. Phono 157tiJ. 11-16
JOE SALE One force pump, almost
new. Koom 304 Hubbard bldg. tf
FOR 8ALIU-10 pigs 9 weeks old, $li.50
each or 53 for all. Phone 69F21
WANTED Job driving Ford delivery
car. Prone 15S2M. 11-15
1918 MODEL Briscoe for snle. See ear
. at Capital garage. lMt,
WANTED Team, for field work. Sa
. leui Rt. 6, box 93. 1M9
FOR SALE Jersey cow, wiB be fresh
in January. 715 S. 12th. . 11-15
5 ROOM modern flat furnished, saraee
if desired. Phone 1737W. 11-16
TWO 1400 lb. horses with harness for
saler-1, $.0; 1 $100; good animals.
Skyline Orchards, Rt. 3. 11-15
POTATO saickg for sale, 10c each,
while they last. Clifford W. Brown.
Phone 115. 11-18
Tickets Of Admission Will Be
Only For Associate Mem
bers And Friends.
FOR SALE Two- thoro bred Duroe
Jersey brood sows, one with pigs.
Gordcn E. Tower, Rt. 5, Salem Or.
9oO, had halter on. Anyone
or hearing of horse, please
For the first time in its history, this
winter Salem will have a male euorus
to be known as the Apollo elub, at m
maintained entirely by subscriptions.
That is, instead of Riving concerts as a
means of maintaining the club, the music-loving
people of the city will be
asked to become associate members on
an annual subscription .basis.
In appreciation of tins membersinM.
the Apollo club will give two concerts
annually and tickets will be issued only
to associate members. In many re
spects th semi-annual concerts will be
largely social affairs.
Although the concerts will be given
in the opera house, only associate mem
bers and those wh0 have received invi
tations will be admitted. And these In
vitations will be issued by those sup
porting the club.
At present there are 24 voice, al
though it is expected to largely increase
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FOR SALE Two brood
pigs, Phone 36F3.
HOUSES FOB RENT Ono 4, one $5,
one $7 per month. Phone 419. 11-18
LAD1 IT wishes work. Phone 1349J.
WANTED A girl, no cooking. 461 N.
High. Phone 1027. 11-16
FOR Se.iE Horses and homess, wt.
2800, age 8; price $275. 2645 Port
land road. 11-18
100 ACRES of improved Poik Co. land
at a bargain. E. N. Keeney, Rt. 1,
FOR SALE A good farm team, har
ness and wagon, a bargain at $125.
Phone 75F5. 11-15
FOB RENT Aptg and sleeping rooms,
close in, to parties without children.
152 S. Church. Phone 218.
FOR SALE Ford touring
condition. Liberty bone
payment. Phone 2081 J.
ear, in good
ATOL. W. F. WRIGHT, iae auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Pltosj 69. tf.
-To buy soup beans. Phone
WANTED To buy beef
calves. Phone 1576W.
LOST at. afternoon purse containing
two $2.50 gold pieces and silver. Ro
. turn to Journal office. Reward. 11-15
WANTED Refined elderly or middle
aged woman in modern homo to care
" lor child, mother employed. Call 308
WANTED A girl for general house
, work. Mrs. Clifford Brown, 578 State
fit. Phono 027. 1M5
to to do
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203.
LOST 2 small diamond stick pius con
nected with chain. Valued as keep
sake. Finder please notify Mrs. War
ren Hunt. Reward. Phono 1296. 11-15
.INTELLIGENT young woman wishes
position in office, or as clerk in any
line, during all or part of day,, or
evenings. Address Box 50 care Journ
al. . I"5
IfOTICB to apple growers. The Pheas
. ant Northwest Products company are
iu the market for apples for delivery
;' not later than November 21st. Phone
229 and 204. 11 19
NICELY furnished rooms with board,
suitable for ladies or gentleman,
rateg reasonable. Phone 1578 or call
332 N. Church St. - 11-15
TWO furnished bed rooms for rent,
comfortable; apply Home Service sec
tion Red Cross, 174 North Libertv
Bay driving mare, weight about
Sn! the club membership before the first of
the year. John W. Todd, superintend
ent of the city schools, hns been select
ed as music director of the club. Judge
George H. Burnwtt of the supreme
court is prosident; F. G. Deckebach,
vice-president, and W. T. Jenks, soerc-tarv.
The concert given last spring at the
hv the Anollo club was
most enthusiastically received by thej
music-loving people of the city. It was
then decided to make the club a perma
The first concwrt willb given next
January and it is understood an effort
will be made to secure ag soloist, Mrs.
Amy Fahey, a concert soprano of Vic
toria, British Columbia. The second
concert for 1919 will be given in June.
For the heavier numbers, the club
will present "Forest Harps" by
Sehmultz, and "The King and the
Bard," by Hagar, besides others. For
the ballads the club is rehearsing "Be
lieve Mvf, If All Those Endearing
Young Charms," arrangtd by Brewer,
and "Maid of the Valley," by Har
- Tho active membership of the club is
as follows: Director, John W. Todd;
first tenors, Frank Hughes, William
McGilchrist, Jr., C. H. Btover, Lowell
Wills and J. D. Humphreys; second ten
ors, W. T.' Jenks, H. W. Bross, H. N.
Aldrich, Ivan G. Martin, J. H. Merriam
and E. Carlson; first bass, C B. Webb,
R. R. Jones, Albert R. Gille, A. A.
fSnoffrov. W. H., Burghardt, Jr., and
Tomorrow Will Be a
at the Big Store
EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL MAKE SPECIAL OFFERINGS; ALL MONEY-SAVERS FOR THE
THE EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPER WILL NOT ONLY BE HELPING IN THE GOVERNMENTS
REQUEST TO SHOP EARLY BUT WILL REDUCE THE EXPENSE OF GIFT BUYING M
WANTED Janitor at the Willamette
Sanatorium. A middle aged single
man preferred. Apply to Dr. Cart
SALEM chimney sweep, clean them
without dust on the carpets, furnaces
cleaned and repaired, stoves repair
ed. Phone 19. tf
MY business requires my Jiving in Sa
lem, will trade Portland income up
to $14,000 for Salem business or
warehouse, pay difference or assume
Would look into a good farm propo
sition. Box 22, Salem, Or, 11-19
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Court House News
In the divorce case of Lena E. Med
ley against George R. Medley, an ans
wer has been filed in the circuit court i Deckebach, Dan Langenberg, Cland H.
by the defendant. He admits that he is Stevenson, F. S. Barton and fcdward
a section foreman on the S. P. and Boas.
thnf ha in nmkinor .1.88 il dnv. Hft al- ' '
lcffM that she returned to live with'ine an order of the court permitting
him August 1, 1918, at Reedsport, Ore
gon. He acknowledges they were mar
ried in 1911. The defendant asks for
the custody of the six year old daugn
ter. He alleges that he has mistreated
him in a cruel and inhumane manner
all of which was done to wound his
feelings and for the purpose of injur
ing him physically and mentally'.
Dec. 16, 1918, hns been set by the
county court for the final hearing in
the matter of the estate of Emma J.
Jefferson. John A. Jefferson is administrator.
Dec. 23, 1918, has been set by Judge
Bushey a3 the date to show -cause, if
any, why the petition should not be
granted in the matter of the estate of
Ann Kay, deceased. A few days ago
Mrs. Fannie Kay Bishop aa adminis
tratrix of the estate filed a motion ask-, church.
her to sell certain real estate at Water
loo. The estate of Charles A. Guerne, de
ceased, is estimated at a value of $2,
751 and as appraisers the county court
appointed John Gerardin, J. N. Robert
son and B. S. Coates. This estimates in
clude two insurance policies of $1000
'Fave Starr has been appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of Julia
griffith. The estate is estimated at a
value of $2500 in real property and
$1350 in personal. -
A marriage license waa issued yes-
terrlnv to Allen . Hall. 21, a farmer of
Macleav and Emma Caroline Hersch,
also of Macleav. They were married at
the iiarsonaee of the First Christian
FOR SALE Chevrolet touring car run
3000 milog and in good shape, will
take $650. Claude Boone, Aumsville,
yHLL trade Salem residence property
for merchandise f any kind. Ad
dres M S care Journal. 12-1
..ALL PAPER 15 cent per double roll
raward. Burt'i Furniture Store, 179
PLENTY of money to loaii oa good
time; privilege to pap $100 or mutti
slo on any interest date. Call or
write H. M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
Wg, Salem. . . tf
FIRST MORTGAGES for sale. Secur
ed by well improved valley farina
ia amounts of $500 up to $10,000.
- Thos. A. Roberts, Phone 1427, 314
Maaonio building, . 12 4
FOB SALE Or trad. What have you
to trade in a 30 to 80 acre farm for
11 acres with small house, barn, all
elear, good orchard on good rock
f road, one mils from small town, and
1 acre with 5 room house in good
small town. Will sell the two places
: cheap or will trade for farm and
, .gaume a mortgage to $2000. Both
' places rent the year round. ill
make some one a good deal. Address
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1 Josrcal Want Ads Pay
At Closing Sale of
Farmers' Cash Store
Entire lot of Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries Must
be Sold Under all Other Prices
HERE ARE A FFAV PRICES .
Reliance Coffee, per pound ...... ........ .30c
F. C. S. Coffee, 35c value at .- 25c
Economy Coffee, per pound ................ .19c
Best Peaberry Coffee -24c
Arm and Hammer Soda 7c
Columbia River Salmon 19c
Sweet Corn ... 1C
Ghiradelli's Sweet Cocoa, pound .33c
10 pounds Karo . .$1.00
Best Australian Onions lb. 2c; sack delivered. .$1.75
No. 2 Onions- pound '. ....... .1 14c
Best Potatoes, pound
Best Potatoes, sack delivered .$1.7a
Good Cabbage, pound .3c
Sweet Potatoes, pound . . . -. 4c
No. 2 Cabbage .1 l-2c
All orders of $3 or over Delivered FREE of charge
A large and well assorted stock of American made
dolls from 50c to $10.00 .
Short lines have been put on our CLEAN-UP tables
at Special Prices to Clean up
Toys of every description
Games, Drums, Guns, Books, Wagons, Money Banks
Autos, Fire Engines, Sammy Kars, Motors, Trains
Everything to make the youngster happy
A most complete and beautiful stock of handker
chiefs suitable for Christmas gifts for Mother,' Wife,
Sweetheart or the Children. Priced right, from
5c TO $4.50
Kayer Silk Underwear
You can obtain the Marvelfit features only in the
genuine Italian Silk Underwear. Outwears ordin
ary silk underwear three or ' four times its true
, &c iu$4.iu i economy , j
Is Violation Of Law For Com
pany To Collect Excessive
Suit to enjoin the Pacific Telephone
A Telegraph company from nollecting
an illegal increase in telephone rates
will be instituted by Attorney General
Brown in the circuit court for Multno
mah county. '
The proposed new telephone rates
were scheduled to go into effect today
and the public service commission,
which declares that the increased rates
are illegal, sent a request to the at
torney general to lane sucn action
necessary to compel the company to
abide by its lawful rates.
Public Service Commissioner Corey
l.a ;t will ha m vinlatinn
jof law for the eompany to collect rates
ia exeess or its lawiui rates ana me
publie utilities statute provides that if
nnhi; ntilitv vuilatea the law It is
subject to a fine of not less than $100
nor more tnan fiu,uuv lor eacn uiibubv.
Attorney general Brown, in a state
ment issued, says:
'The Public Service commission has
been proceeding upon the suppoelion
that it is unlawful for any publie util
ity within this state to demana, eol-
iA-4 a faaIv. a crrester comiensation
for any service than the charge fiwd
by tbe lowest scneiuie 01 raun
IIM9 HUiV w ' ' 1 " " ' ' J
January, 1911, unless a change in rates
is ordered by the commission, as pro
vided in section 77 of the public util
"I will state that it is my purpose
to treat the provisions of section 77 of
the publie utilities law at meaning
what it says, ana ibis oruce wju tv
spond,tb tbe request contained in the
letter of the Publie Bervico commis
sion by filing a suit in the circuit
court of JIultnomah county, in watch
we will undertake to enjoin the com
pany from collrcting rates that we he
liove to be unlawful."
Chairman Page Sends Tele
gram Declaring AH Road
Oregon's program for improving its
highways may be resumed again, now
that the war is ever, as the state high
way commission yesterday afternon rn
lcclved telegram from Chairman Poyc
of the United Htates highwuys council
stating that all restrictions planed up
on the building of roads have been ru
mored. '-United Htates highway council an
nouiuum that ao further applications
need be made to it for npproval i f
highway projects," says tho message,
"and that previous disapprovals are
rovoked and pvnding applications re
quire no further action.
"Procedure in securing materiel
and transportation should follow normal
"Removal of restrictions does not at
foct highway bond issues which are by
law under control of capital issues
committve. Htate highway departments
will not be asked to subffiit programs
for next year's work."
This removes the baa placed by Un
united Htates highways council on the
overhead crossing at Divide, which has
bewn the subject of much controversy,
but as the season is so late it is stated
that the crossing will not be built this
Plans will 'now be made for next
veer's mad building tirograin, jwith the
Idea of being ready for au varly start
No Orders Have Been Given
To Date, Extending Final
The feclini? lias become eenernt that
unless the time was cxtendVd for tho
mailing of Christmas packages to sol-
idiers overseas, many a boy would find
himself without a remembrance while
others would be moiw fortunute.
With a view of avoiding this posst
bility National Bed Cross headquarters
is wonting on a piuit nuereuy ruiuuvuv
mav iwnrl vini'lcaffp. In inntflnn where
the lnbuls have not been received.
It has also been strongly urged that
tta .in uVlntluiiin fil fllA time fflT
the final mailing of packages. -Local
Red Cross headquarters wiivd yftir
day for information on tho subject and
' i 41,1 , Via .itf'trti
It return LVl.t'Krum luiu w imc
being made to extend the time Or Per
mitting presents t0 be scat without the
label. Hut as thing, now stauo, no car
loa will be issued at Bed Cross inaU
iug headquarKY unless t ho Jabt-I if
In reply to the numerous questions i
regard to the surgical dressing work,
Vai rrikttu Wftrln:inrter is ia TS-
ceipt of a monthly ar.otmvnt of i-,000
sjnail gauie spougef anu tnone mroi
estcd in the surgicn', work are expected
to make this number each month until
the ordvr is cnncell. d.
While there is no work on band for
the 100 or more auxiliaries x of Wills
mette chapter, it is expected tbat with
in a short time a quota will bo assign u
especially ia clothing for refugee
Therefore, it is urged from headquar
tcrs that all auxiliary organizations re
tain their organization as there will )
an abundance of work for each tl."
coming winter. Just now ia thw read
justnient of affairs, there is a temper
ary lull in the regular Bed Cross work.
George Vick went to Dallas this mom
iug on Foidson business.
H. D. Goodfellow of McCoy was rcg
intorcd at thp Eligh yoslerduy.
K. J. Mayo was ia the city Thursday
Congressman C. N. McArthur of
Portland was in the city yesterday.
T. O, Uligh was in Portland yester
day on moving picture business.
Loading Of Supply Ships
Heid Up BySirLke la N. Y.
New York, Nov. 15. The loading of
ships with foodstuffs and supplies for
American troops abroad was almost at
a standstill in New York harbor as a
result of a strike of workmen at the
great army supply ase in Brooklyn
at a protest against the abolishment
of all overtime.
Approximately 7000 employe who
walked out yesterday refused to re
turn today, declaring ihs government
wasu is inadequate without overtime.
The war department and the bureau
f labor are taking steps to bring
a 'Out settlement and have the em
ployes return to work, it ia stated.
DALLAS BOY IS KTT.T.F.D
Pallas, Nov. 15. Karl ITolaington, a
ncll known aud popular Dallas boy,
ivns killed in an ae.roplanb accident
i - ai. A. i i i .i.:.
?umuTvuere va 1MB .uujjchd uuriier linn
week, according to a telegram receive'
y rolativcs of the young man in thi
city late Wednesday afternoon.
flohuntton wa a lieutenant in the
f. vial ion section of the army aui) had
!ccn stationed at a southern California
training camp for the past several
months as an instructor to new begin
ners, dlo graduated from the Dulla
s hools a few years ago and afterward
r.ttended the University of Washington
The nature ef the accident which co?t
tbe young man his life was not con
tained ia tho telegram.